The US Government Census recently released findings on which states have the best and worst access to high-speed Internet, and if you live in a state in-between Alabama and Louisiana, it might suck to be you.
Coming in as the state with the absolute worst access to high-speed Internet is Mississippi, where only an astoundingly low 62.3% of households have high-speed Internet access. That’s nearly 40% of households not having high-speed Internet, let that sink in for a moment.
But where does your state match up to others? Let’s take a look:
To read more from the US Census Bureau’s finding you can check out the report IN FULL by clicking HERE.